Germanwings

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An Airbus A319 of Germanwings.

Germanwings is a low-cost carrier owned by Lufthansa. It is based in Cologne.[1] It was founded in 2002. It has more than 81 airplanes. It goes to 86 airports.

On March 24, 2015, a Germanwings A320 flying from Barcelona to Düsseldorf crashed in the French Alps. There were no survivors among the 150 people on board.[2][3]

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  1. hjelmgaardkim. "Germanwings well-known, low-cost carrier in Europe". USA TODAY.
  2. "Germanwings Flight 9525: The unusual nature of the crash". www.cbsnews.com.
  3. Clark, Nicola; Bilefsky, Dan (24 March 2015). "Germanwings Crash in French Alps Kills 150; Cockpit Voice Recorder Is Found" – via NYTimes.com.